ABOUT GALLERY A3
Gallery A3 is a contemporary, fine art gallery in downtown Amherst, Massachusetts. Members of our cooperative include painters, sculptors, photographers, printmakers and mixed media artists. You can find us in the Amherst Cinema complex along with Amherst Coffee, GoBerry Yogurt and Osteria Vespa restaurant.
Gallery A3 was founded in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on 9/11. A group of local artists believed art to be essential to the health and healing of a community and began the gallery as a place to share ideas and artistic support. Since that time, the gallery has been home to over sixty artists and is now celebrating 15 years of new monthly shows with openings and forums. All events are always free and open to the public.
GALLERY A3’S MISSION
Gallery A3 strives to enliven and enrich our community by offering exhibits with public openings and open forums. It established and actively participates in the monthly art walks, Amherst Arts Night Plus, and supports regional artists with an annual juried show. It serves its
own membership with conversations and programs that bring established professional and newly-emerged artists together, promoting artistic development and encouraging the creation and exhibition of exciting, new contemporary art work.
Image Above: Evelyn Pye exhibit; Eric Broudy photograph
Below: Homage to Art, Keith Hollingworth; Marianne Connolly photograph
Contemporary artists working in all media are welcome to apply. The gallery has an average membership of 15-20 artists, with full and half-time memberships. Applications are reviewed once a month by members; call the gallery for dates and drop-off times. Jurying is competitive: artists are encouraged to submit images that show their best recent work, their current development.
Stop by the gallery to talk to a member and pick up an application.
Contact: 413-256-4250; email@example.com
GALLERY APPLICATION and INSTRUCTIONS:
GALLERY A3 / AMHERST ART ALLIANCE
Open Thursday-Sunday 1-7 pm
in the Amherst Cinema Complex
28 Amity Street 1D, Amherst, MA 01002
413 256 4250 firstname.lastname@example.org